Nov. 15, 2023, 9:15 p.m. | RSS Syndication

Committee Amends Bill to State It Doesn't Prohibit or Weaken End-to-End Encryption
A key European parliamentary committee on Tuesday voted to carve off encrypted communications from a legislative proposal directing online providers to diminish the risk of child sexual abuse material. The European Parliament's LIBE Committee emphatically rejected weakening end-to-end encryption.

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